Celtic are set to sign Benfica winger Jota, who will undergo a medical tomorrow ahead of a season long loan to Celtic.

There will also be the option to make the move for the Portugal U21 left-winger permanent at the end of the season.

As shared by popular Celtic fan account Everything Celtic (@aboutceltic) on Twitter, the news broke later in the day yesterday following reports coming out of Portugal.

The account then shared updates form Scottish journalists as talk of a loan move gathered significant pace.

Celtic could be set for a busy deadline day on Tuesday with Jota joining Greek VVV Venlo striker Giorgios Giakoumakis in closing in on a move to the club.

The double swoop will mark an offensive boost for the Bhoys following a disappointing 1-0 Old Firm defeat against Rangers, in which Celtic were impotent in front of goal.

In terms of outgoings, interest in one-time talisman Odsonne Edouard is gathering pace with Premier League clubs Everton and Crystal Palace credited with interest in recent days.

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Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou was forced to field Kyogo Furuhashi on the left side against Rangers, away from his usual centre-forward role.

Speaking at full-time, the boss said he would have preferred a central role for the Japan international, but injury issues with James Forrest prevented that wish from coming to fruition.

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As a result, the Portuguese winger will solve a depth issue in a key area.

With an option to buy included, Celtic could make him a long-run Postecoglou player if he excels in the green and white Hoops.